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University Education in India - Past and Present - Basu, Anathnath
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Swinburne Press, 216 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=281gr, [GR: 27200 - TB/Erziehung/Bildung/Unterricht], [SW: - Education / Teaching], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT To Dr. Syamaprasad Mookerjee in token of deep regard and steem vi years. The third chapter brings the story up to the end of the nineteenth century. The fourth chapter records the history of the first phase of university reform in this country. It is followed by a short chapter on the changing socio-political background in which I have tried to trace some of the influences which were at work and which affected the universities in no small measure. The sixth chapter deals with the new edu cational policy which was laid down in 1913 and which guided the future course of university education in this country, to a large extent. In the seventh chapter will be found a description of the Calcutta Univer sity Commission and their findings. It is well known that the Calcutta University Commission influenced greatly the development not only of university educa tion but also of secondary education in our country. In the eighth chapter are summarised the post-war developments, events which took place in the last twentyfive years. The ninth chapter is in the nature of a resume, and it describes briefly the present position of university education in India. The final chapter is devoted to what may be considered some of the major problems of Indian university education. In the appendices, of which there are five, I have given extracts from important official documents relating to university education. As these documents are not always and easily accessible I felt that they might be usefully included here In concluding I have to acknowledge my indebted vii ness to many writers on the subject and also to various official publications on which I have freelydrawn for facts and materials. I am specially indebted to an article on the Universities of India in the Year Book of Education, 1935, by the late Principal P. Seshadri, and also to the Handbook on Indian Universities published by the Inter-University Board of India. I am grateful to Mr. Priyaranjan Sen, Mr. Sarat Chandra Dutta, Prof. Provash Chandra Ghosh and specially Prof. Amarendra Prasad Mitra, all of whom have helped me greatly and in various ways. I have also to thank Mr. Taponath Chakravarty for his help in reading through certain portions of the manuscript-Finally, I thank my publisher Mr. Birendranath Ghosh of The Book Emporium Ltd., who undertook the publi cation of the book and saw it through the press in the midst of many difficulties. Teachers Training Department Calcutta University A. N. BASU. 20th MAY, 1944 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE I ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL UNIVERSITIES 1 II MODERN PBBIOD THE BEGINNINGS OF A NBW SYSTEM 14 III FROM 1857 TO THE END OF THE CENTURY 30 IV THE BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM FIRST PHASE 46 V THB CHANGING SOCIO-POLITICAL BACKGROUND 58 VI A NBW EDUCATIONAL POLICY 68 VII THB CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY COMMISSION 71 Vni THB BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM SBCOND PHASE. 80 IX PRESENT POSITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 105 X SOME PROBLEMS OF UNIVBSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 123 APPENDIX A RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCA TION IN THB DESPATCH OF 1854 i B EXTRACTS FROM LORD DALHOUSIBS MINUTE vii C RBPORT OF THB UNIVERSITY COMMITTBB XViii D. RESOLUTION OF THB GOVT. OF INDIA ON THB BSTABLISHMBNT OF UNIVBBSITIBS XXX iv B INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION ON OOLLBGIATB EDUCATION xlii UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT CHAPTER I Ancient and MediaevalUniversities Universities are important institutions in our national life and their story represents the main stream of intel lectual activities of modejrn India. The first university of the modern type was founded in this country in the year 1857 but the history of unfversities in India dates back to the days of antiquity... UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT To Dr. Syamaprasad Mookerjee in token of deep regard and steem vi years. The third chapter brings the story up to the end of the nineteenth century. The fourth chapter records the history of the first phase of university reform in this country. It is followed by a short chapter on the changing socio-political background in which I have tried to trace some of the influences which were at work and which affected the universities in no small measure. The sixth chapter deals with the new edu cational policy which was laid down in 1913 and which guided the future course of university education in this country, to a large extent. In the seventh chapter will be found a description of the Calcutta Univer sity Commission and their findings. It is well known that the Calcutta University Commission influenced greatly the development not only of university educa tion but also of secondary education in our country. In the eighth chapter are summarised the post-war developments, events which took place in the last twentyfive years. The ninth chapter is in the nature of a resume, and it describes briefly the present position of university education in India. The final chapter is devoted to what may be considered some of the major problems of Indian university education. In the appendices, of which there are five, I have given extracts from important official documents relating to university education. As these documents are not always and easily accessible I felt that they might be usefully included here In concluding I have to acknowledge my indebted vii ness to many writers on the subject and also to various official publications on which I have freelydrawn for facts and materials. I am specially indebted to an article on the Universities of India in the Year Book of Education, 1935, by the late Principal P. Seshadri, and also to the Handbook on Indian Universities published by the Inter-University Board of India. I am grateful to Mr. Priyaranjan Sen, Mr. Sarat Chandra Dutta, Prof. Provash Chandra Ghosh and specially Prof. Amarendra Prasad Mitra, all of whom have helped me greatly and in various ways. I have also to thank Mr. Taponath Chakravarty for his help in reading through certain portions of the manuscript-Finally, I thank my publisher Mr. Birendranath Ghosh of The Book Emporium Ltd., who undertook the publi cation of the book and saw it through the press in the midst of many difficulties. Teachers Training Department Calcutta University A. N. BASU. 20th MAY, 1944 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE I ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL UNIVERSITIES 1 II MODERN PBBIOD THE BEGINNINGS OF A NBW SYSTEM 14 III FROM 1857 TO THE END OF THE CENTURY 30 IV THE BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM FIRST PHASE 46 V THB CHANGING SOCIO-POLITICAL BACKGROUND 58 VI A NBW EDUCATIONAL POLICY 68 VII THB CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY COMMISSION 71 Vni THB BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM SBCOND PHASE. 80 IX PRESENT POSITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 105 X SOME PROBLEMS OF UNIVBSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 123 APPENDIX A RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCA TION IN THB DESPATCH OF 1854 i B EXTRACTS FROM LORD DALHOUSIBS MINUTE vii C RBPORT OF THB UNIVERSITY COMMITTBB XViii D. RESOLUTION OF THB GOVT. OF INDIA ON THB BSTABLISHMBNT OF UNIVBBSITIBS XXX iv B INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION ON OOLLBGIATB EDUCATION xlii UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT CHAPTER I Ancient and MediaevalUniversities Universities are important institutions in our national life and their story represents the main stream of intel lectual activities of modejrn India. The first university of the modern type was founded in this country in the year 1857 but the history of unfversities in India dates back to the days of antiquity...

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Swinburne Press], UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT To Dr. Syamaprasad Mookerjee in token of deep regard and steem vi years. The third chapter brings the story up to the end of the nineteenth century. The fourth chapter records the history of the first phase of university reform in this country. It is followed by a short chapter on the changing socio-political background in which I have tried to trace some of the influences which were at work and which affected the universities in no small measure. The sixth chapter deals with the new edu cational policy which was laid down in 1913 and which guided the future course of university education in this country, to a large extent. In the seventh chapter will be found a description of the Calcutta Univer sity Commission and their findings. It is well known that the Calcutta University Commission influenced greatly the development not only of university educa tion but also of secondary education in our country. In the eighth chapter are summarised the post-war developments, events which took place in the last twentyfive years. The ninth chapter is in the nature of a resume, and it describes briefly the present position of university education in India. The final chapter is devoted to what may be considered some of the major problems of Indian university education. In the appendices, of which there are five, I have given extracts from important official documents relating to university education. As these documents are not always and easily accessible I felt that they might be usefully included here In concluding I have to acknowledge my indebted vii ness to many writers on the subject and also to various official publications on which I have freelydrawn for facts and materials. I am specially indebted to an article on the Universities of India in the Year Book of Education, 1935, by the late Principal P. Seshadri, and also to the Handbook on Indian Universities published by the Inter-University Board of India. I am grateful to Mr. Priyaranjan Sen, Mr. Sarat Chandra Dutta, Prof. Provash Chandra Ghosh and specially Prof. Amarendra Prasad Mitra, all of whom have helped me greatly and in various ways. I have also to thank Mr. Taponath Chakravarty for his help in reading through certain portions of the manuscript-Finally, I thank my publisher Mr. Birendranath Ghosh of The Book Emporium Ltd., who undertook the publi cation of the book and saw it through the press in the midst of many difficulties. Teachers Training Department Calcutta University A. N. BASU. 20th MAY, 1944 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE I ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL UNIVERSITIES 1 II MODERN PBBIOD THE BEGINNINGS OF A NBW SYSTEM 14 III FROM 1857 TO THE END OF THE CENTURY 30 IV THE BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM FIRST PHASE 46 V THB CHANGING SOCIO-POLITICAL BACKGROUND 58 VI A NBW EDUCATIONAL POLICY 68 VII THB CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY COMMISSION 71 Vni THB BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM SBCOND PHASE. 80 IX PRESENT POSITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 105 X SOME PROBLEMS OF UNIVBSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 123 APPENDIX A RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCA TION IN THB DESPATCH OF 1854 i B EXTRACTS FROM LORD DALHOUSIBS MINUTE vii C RBPORT OF THB UNIVERSITY COMMITTBB XViii D. RESOLUTION OF THB GOVT. OF INDIA ON THB BSTABLISHMBNT OF UNIVBBSITIBS XXX iv B INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION ON OOLLBGIATB EDUCATION xlii UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT CHAPTER I Ancient and MediaevalUniversities Universities are important institutions in our national life and their story represents the main stream of intel lectual activities of modejrn India. The first university of the modern type was founded in this country in the year 1857 but the history of unfversities in India dates back to the days of antiquity...Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Swinburne Press], UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT To Dr. Syamaprasad Mookerjee in token of deep regard and steem vi years. The third chapter brings the story up to the end of the nineteenth century. The fourth chapter records the history of the first phase of university reform in this country. It is followed by a short chapter on the changing socio-political background in which I have tried to trace some of the influences which were at work and which affected the universities in no small measure. The sixth chapter deals with the new edu cational policy which was laid down in 1913 and which guided the future course of university education in this country, to a large extent. In the seventh chapter will be found a description of the Calcutta Univer sity Commission and their findings. It is well known that the Calcutta University Commission influenced greatly the development not only of university educa tion but also of secondary education in our country. In the eighth chapter are summarised the post-war developments, events which took place in the last twentyfive years. The ninth chapter is in the nature of a resume, and it describes briefly the present position of university education in India. The final chapter is devoted to what may be considered some of the major problems of Indian university education. In the appendices, of which there are five, I have given extracts from important official documents relating to university education. As these documents are not always and easily accessible I felt that they might be usefully included here In concluding I have to acknowledge my indebted vii ness to many writers on the subject and also to various official publications on which I have freelydrawn for facts and materials. I am specially indebted to an article on the Universities of India in the Year Book of Education, 1935, by the late Principal P. Seshadri, and also to the Handbook on Indian Universities published by the Inter-University Board of India. I am grateful to Mr. Priyaranjan Sen, Mr. Sarat Chandra Dutta, Prof. Provash Chandra Ghosh and specially Prof. Amarendra Prasad Mitra, all of whom have helped me greatly and in various ways. I have also to thank Mr. Taponath Chakravarty for his help in reading through certain portions of the manuscript-Finally, I thank my publisher Mr. Birendranath Ghosh of The Book Emporium Ltd., who undertook the publi cation of the book and saw it through the press in the midst of many difficulties. Teachers Training Department Calcutta University A. N. BASU. 20th MAY, 1944 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE I ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL UNIVERSITIES 1 II MODERN PBBIOD THE BEGINNINGS OF A NBW SYSTEM 14 III FROM 1857 TO THE END OF THE CENTURY 30 IV THE BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM FIRST PHASE 46 V THB CHANGING SOCIO-POLITICAL BACKGROUND 58 VI A NBW EDUCATIONAL POLICY 68 VII THB CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY COMMISSION 71 Vni THB BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM SBCOND PHASE. 80 IX PRESENT POSITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 105 X SOME PROBLEMS OF UNIVBSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 123 APPENDIX A RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCA TION IN THB DESPATCH OF 1854 i B EXTRACTS FROM LORD DALHOUSIBS MINUTE vii C RBPORT OF THB UNIVERSITY COMMITTBB XViii D. RESOLUTION OF THB GOVT. OF INDIA ON THB BSTABLISHMBNT OF UNIVBBSITIBS XXX iv B INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION ON OOLLBGIATB EDUCATION xlii UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT CHAPTER I Ancient and MediaevalUniversities Universities are important institutions in our national life and their story represents the main stream of intel lectual activities of modejrn India. The first university of the modern type was founded in this country in the year 1857 but the history of unfversities in India dates back to the days of antiquity... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT To Dr. Syamaprasad Mookerjee in token of deep regard and steem vi years. The third chapter brings the story up to the end of the nineteenth century. The fourth chapter records the history of the first phase of university reform in this country. It is followed by a short chapter on the changing socio-political background in which I have tried to trace some of the influences which were at work and which affected the universities in no small measure. The sixth chapter deals with the new edu cational policy which was laid down in 1913 and which guided the future course of university education in this country, to a large extent. In the seventh chapter will be found a description of the Calcutta Univer sity Commission and their findings. It is well known that the Calcutta University Commission influenced greatly the development not only of university educa tion but also of secondary education in our country. In the eighth chapter are summarised the post-war developments, events which took place in the last twentyfive years. The ninth chapter is in the nature of a resume, and it describes briefly the present position of university education in India. The final chapter is devoted to what may be considered some of the major problems of Indian university education. In the appendices, of which there are five, I have given extracts from important official documents relating to university education. As these documents are not always and easily accessible I felt that they might be usefully included here In concluding I have to acknowledge my indebted vii ness to many writers on the subject and also to various official publications on which I have freelydrawn for facts and materials. I am specially indebted to an article on the Universities of India in the Year Book of Education, 1935, by the late Principal P. Seshadri, and also to the Handbook on Indian Universities published by the Inter-University Board of India. I am grateful to Mr. Priyaranjan Sen, Mr. Sarat Chandra Dutta, Prof. Provash Chandra Ghosh and specially Prof. Amarendra Prasad Mitra, all of whom have helped me greatly and in various ways. I have also to thank Mr. Taponath Chakravarty for his help in reading through certain portions of the manuscript-Finally, I thank my publisher Mr. Birendranath Ghosh of The Book Emporium Ltd., who undertook the publi cation of the book and saw it through the press in the midst of many difficulties. Teachers Training Department Calcutta University A. N. BASU. 20th MAY, 1944 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE I ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL UNIVERSITIES 1 II MODERN PBBIOD THE BEGINNINGS OF A NBW SYSTEM 14 III FROM 1857 TO THE END OF THE CENTURY 30 IV THE BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM FIRST PHASE 46 V THB CHANGING SOCIO-POLITICAL BACKGROUND 58 VI A NBW EDUCATIONAL POLICY 68 VII THB CALCUTTA UNIVERSITY COMMISSION 71 Vni THB BRA OF UNIVERSITY REFORM SBCOND PHASE. 80 IX PRESENT POSITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 105 X SOME PROBLEMS OF UNIVBSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA 123 APPENDIX A RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCA TION IN THB DESPATCH OF 1854 i B EXTRACTS FROM LORD DALHOUSIBS MINUTE vii C RBPORT OF THB UNIVERSITY COMMITTBB XViii D. RESOLUTION OF THB GOVT. OF INDIA ON THB BSTABLISHMBNT OF UNIVBBSITIBS XXX iv B INDIAN EDUCATION COMMISSION ON OOLLBGIATB EDUCATION xlii UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN INDIA PAST AND PRESENT CHAPTER I Ancient and MediaevalUniversities Universities are important institutions in our national life and their story represents the main stream of intel lectual activities of modejrn India. The first university of the modern type was founded in this country in the year 1857 but the history of unfversities in India dates back to the days of antiquity...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406774207
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406774200
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: Swinburne Press
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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